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Hi there 👋

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on a webbased grahical adventure game engine. Github

🏁 Personal projects I'm proud of:

🌲 Geppetto: An electron app to create WebGL Animations, and a player for web. Website, App, Npm package
Repo of app, Repo of player

🚀 Speedlazer: A webbased 2d shooter game. Github, Play
Proud about: GameController support. First WebGL Game with own shaders, own textures, own particle engine.

📖 Koerier van de koning: A dutch webbased text adventure. Github, Play
Proud about: Writing the stories and defining the puzzles. I really love the story and puzzles of this one.

🎁 Sinterklaas: A dutch graphical point and click adventure. Github, Play
Proud about: Building the game engine from scratch. Doing all the drawings. Finishing the project on time!

📊 Ebnf 2 Railroad: A nice tool to produce beautiful documentation from EBNF definitions. Github, Try Online
Proud about: Writing a parser using Jison, creating all kinds of cool AST optimizations, creating an ASCII version of railroad Github


  1. 🚀 SpeedLazer, a side-scrolling shooter / shmup!

    JavaScript 21 1

  2. Nederlands tekst avontuur

    JavaScript 5 2

  3. Adventure game (with engine)

    TypeScript 1

  4. geppetto Public

    Tool for creating WebGL Animations

    TypeScript 52 1

  5. Create beautiful documentation for EBNF

    JavaScript 23 5

743 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 4 commits in 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
speedlazer/speedlazer 1 pull request

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